Virginia Beach Offices:

Call / Text: 757-742-3778

Fax: +1-757-585-3787

Email: info@directperformancept.com

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Norfolk Office:

Call / Text: 757-609-0048

Fax: +1-757-585-3658

Email: norfolk@directperformancept.com

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Our Locations:

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Great Neck Office:

2247 W. Great Neck Rd.

Suite 101

Virginia Beach, VA 23451

Rosemont/ Inside UNIFY Fitness Office:

195 S. Rosemont Rd.

Virginia Beach, VA 23452

Norfolk/ Inside One Life Fitness Office:

1900 Monticello Ave

Norfolk, VA 23517

Kempsville & Greenbrier / 

Inside Iron Asylum Office:

1832 Kempsville Rd

Virginia Beach, VA 23464.

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Host a Physical Therapy Course

The Functional Integrative Process: Optimizing the Treatment Strategy (integrating from manual to exercise and optimizing exercise progression) is a course that....

Course Objectives & Clinical Relevance

The purpose of this course is to teach Licensed Practitioners (PT, PTA, ATC, Strength coaches, Chiropractors, etc) to integrate manual and exercise interventions with clinical problem strategies to improve outcomes and success.  While allowing clinicians to get hands on, this course is designed to develop the clinician’s treatment skills while implementing evidence-based research by instructing the practitioner on a sequential and systematic plan called the ‘Functional Integrative Process’, a program that allows the therapist with the appropriate tools to handle pain, mechanical, and pathological deficits.

Topics covered include the effective exercises progression, integrative exercises to transition from manual techniques to exercise, functional loading with Kettlebells, Kinesiotaping to improve posture and many easy to implement hands-on manual therapy techniques to improve motor control and mobility for optimal carryover in your patients improvements.

The aim is to allow clinicians to bridge the gap between examination and intervention, manual and exercise and exercise and the practice of functional movement patterns.